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"vantaa" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Is required to attend a hearing related to the four charges and these are the four misdemeanors. He was charged with criminal trespassing with a domestic violence designation, malicious mischief, dy and resisting arrest. All right. Well, there you go. We'll see what happens. Going forward, obviously a day by day, but he has the love and support of his wife. And he's out of jail. Much brighter Stories. Number two is open Championship Golf. Yeah, we got major championship golf on your TV and shout out to the California Golden Bears and the Golden Bears here. Colin Morikawa. There you go. Did you guys proud today with a stellar 64? He's now leading. Yeah, the British are, but I like that kid. I love his swing. I'm very excited. I would love to see him when the clarity that would be fantastic. So he's leading the tournament right now. Nine under Polly's guy, Jordan, Speed specie right behind is always seven under. Yeah, Yeah, he's two under for the day on the course right now, So if you're watching golf right now, you get a little specie and then my guy, Louis Oosthuizen. What a gorgeous swing. He I like all three of these guys atop the board. He's one under for the day 700 for the tournament. So right now it's Morikawa at nine right speed and Eustace in at seven. And then there's always a Rando. There's always a Rando shout out Daniel Vantaa under out of South Africa. That's my boy! These guys are like some of the best players in the world, but they've never won big tournaments. You've never heard of him. Just like seeing that name. Van Tom van tied the middle of all these other, He shot a 66. He's right in the hunt, and so is Emiliano Agrio. Out of out of South America who shot a 64. He's at six under. How do you feel about me? Getting one of these new giant city? Connect jerseys with the name van. Ponder on the van Thanh give Anton I like Van Hollen. Just Yeah, that's even better. Yeah, well, it'll work out better than the vander Wal that I tried to get in here with the oasis singalong Morikawa 64. Okay. Is the story of the day. God bless him. I hope it wins. I'll be really Really cool, So I'd like to see him play this weekend. I look forward to that this weekend. Yeah, watch some of that in the hotel room after Pappy's poor Pappy's I just like saying, Pappy. We.
"vantaa" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"And a love all things Tech and I received a request via Twitter. And remember, you can reach out to this show by tweeting to Tech stuff. H s W And this tweet came from CTB. That is, Ah, Charlie Tango. Bravo, The message said. I was recently looking up klieg lights, and I wondered about lighting for recording TV and movies. You touched on it some in your recent green screen broadcast. Would you have a podcast about TV movie lighting? You'd get to explain Best boy and gaffer. I've actually talked about best boy and gaffer on another episode. I think I did a full episode about the different roles on a movie set, but we'll get to those again because they are relevant to this and C T. B. I absolutely will do more than one episode on this topic. It's actually going to require us to go back quite a ways to stagecraft and stage lighting to really understand how lighting has blade, a critical role in the way we present drama, comedy and various entertainment. Yes. And so this episode or Actually, episodes will be a little different from my typical episodes. I could just explain how these lights work from a technological point of view. But first that wouldn't take a terribly long time. It be pretty short and sweet, and moreover, I think it misses the more interesting point, which is how artists leverage technology to create specific effects. It's sort of like the difference between talking about how paint is made. And how a master artist Khun take that paint and create a stunning piece of art. We're going to look at not just the science but the art behind lighting with film, television or digital cameras. Lighting is absolutely critical. If you want your shot to look good, it's Only with the careful coordination of camera and lighting departments that a shot can really look great. You could have an Oscar worthy performance going on. But without good lighting. No one will be able to see it. Moreover, lighting is an important component that contributes to the overall effect A director wishes to create. Great lighting can make a scene more intimate or harsh or mysterious or scary, Precise control over lighting allows storytellers to shape a scene in a way that Khun better evoke the reaction they want out of their audiences. Great lighting can really enhance a scene and terrible lighting can take away from it. Typically, really good lighting is the type of effect most of us don't really notice. But bad lighting can be downright distracting. So there's a lot of science and art to this and there always has been. Now let us remind ourselves. Why lighting is important in the first place, which is super obvious, but we have to start somewhere. Arsons of vision is dependent upon receptors in our eyes picking up light that is reflecting off of various things. When light hits an object, one of a few things can happen or a couple or several Transparent object will allow much of the light to pass through it. And this is what we would call transmission. The object is transmitting light from one side to the other. So a pane of glass That transmits light. An object might absorb the light, in which case the light energy will convert to heat and the darker and object is the more light. It's absorbing something like Vantaa Black. That's ah, material that's made up of carbon nanotubes can absorb up to 99.96% of light. Or the object might reflect light. The light. The object reflects might be across the visible spectrum like a mirror, So you get all the visible light, or it might only reflect a bandwidth of frequencies that correspond to particular colors of light. A red ball is reflecting light that largely falls in the 4.3 times 10 to the 14th power Hertz frequency that corresponds to red light. That's just an example by manipulating light that hits a scene Whether that scene is on stage or captured in a camera. You can affect how that scene looks again that falls into common sense. But my goal is to explain Why this works, not just how it works, and we'll do this by talking a lot about history because you guys know I love to tackle topics that way and let's start with theater. I'd say that the art form of theatre grew naturally from the older art of storytelling. By the time we get to the ancient Greeks, we see cities building structures specifically to act as performance spaces. And these were all outdoors. So the lighting came from natural sources that you know, being the sun and performed in the daytime, but it didn't boil down to a simple an idea as let's build a big old space. People can sit in and watch their afternoon stories. A lot more planning went into it than that The location choice needed to take into account when performances would take place as the sun will be in different parts of the sky, depending not just on the time of day, but the season. You wouldn't want to build a theater that was designed for a late afternoon performances. If the orientation would mean that the audience is going to be squinting into the setting sun for the full performance that Wouldn't be ideal. The typical Greek theatre had a stage near the base of a hill and the slope of the hill served as the seating area for the audience with wooden or stone benches. And then they could look down upon the action of the stage. There are some studies that suggest the specific orientation of theatres took into account, not just the angle of the sunlight. But also astronomical elements because the Greeks would dedicate these theaters to specific gods in their religion, and typically, they only held performances during times of the year where they were having holidays devoted to those specific gods. The Romans followed suit, though they also made some additions such as building awnings to cover the audience so that they didn't get too hot under the sun. As for the actors, well, they had to suffer for their art. Again. The choice was usually made the layout the theater in such a way so that the sunlight could illuminate the stage while keeping the audience at least somewhat protected. But there was really no other means of controlling the light. So you're really just saying I needed to be bright enough for the audience to see what's going on. Everything else is going to be left to their imagination. During the Middle Ages. Most theatrical displays typically in the form of stuff like Miracle plays were performed outdoors. It might be at the entrance of a church or in a courtyard. A few plays were performed inside churches, which typically allowed light in through massive.
"vantaa" Discussed on Minority Korner
"Your beat at our. We've got a director in mind for yoke. Yes. All this and so much more on this week's minority corner. It is time to learn laugh amp play. Doubt. With. Me Shoes off the bed. That's like one of the things that I whenever I watch television show immediately takes me out when they hop on a bed with their mother fucking shoes on and I'm like you nasty I can't follow your story, take your shoes off when you're on your bed that's where you sleep. That's what we call the industry bad direction. Bad like art direction or. Like. That means the actor is so not in their world that they're not grounded in. was, you do this unless it's a character choice, but we're not all like you know Kimmy Giblets Yeah Terrible who amassed a probably mess going over stomps down style mud everywhere. On the bed kimmy gave we don't do that. Or Roger You like just mess hot mess parade trains coming in with your shoes on I. Don't I, I'm even starting. Turning into an old woman or you know who knows but I just I'm not sure mature woman I. don't even know if I want us in the house anymore. Oh I living in New York I was like, Oh hell. No, I'm not tripping the city into my house and then I realized. Dirty. So No. Thank you. So props to cultures I know popular like. Asian Cultures Southeast Asian cultures like no shoes in the house yeah. I think come on it might be a little bit of a culture shift with. Since we carpets easy. You got carpet no shoes in the house. Easy. But if you got hardwood floors, it's easy to forget stop it on ended. We just become the age see TV channel I'M GONNA win and we're going into. Angry. Angry all take donated. Outside. Naseem. Kidding. To This is minority corner minority corner. So we're here for I eat it and I can always tell when there's an empty copy. Yes. People need this. Yes. When they're holding granddad puts water in your damn. Yes. Like just put some with some water up and your Dan props and there you go. I can tell that it's empty and you're just waving it around it needs to be waited. It needs to there's a way in it you need. To take an actual sip because when you take a sip of coffee and it's just like a rubes no, you gotta process the liquid down your throat. It's how hot is the temperature of it like you gotTa take your time with it. So Hollywood when you get back to work listen to this, we got no got knows and we're watching you we're watching you Hollywood speak were watching you and I are marvel writer dies and the Marvel. God. Powers that be blessed us with a trailer for Wanda rocking this shows tend to be. Honor Wilder I'm super. 'cause actually what's interesting because of covert originally, Falconer winter soldier was supposed to be the first Disney plus marvel series by. They had to pause because they weren't able to complete their action Recio Shits Vantaa..
"vantaa" Discussed on 99% Invisible
"Announce sadly that sadly not once again people were freaking out over vantage black but for very different reason this time at first people thought that it's somehow initiative poorer had the exclusive license to the color black which was obviously not true and that created a foster home of hatred. And I think back to at that time and we were getting hate mail. Death threats go kinds of crazy stuff. you know with the intellect like Venta black is a nanotechnology. Not that can only be achieved using Serena systems proprietary reactor and trained technicians. It is not a color it's technology. They didn't patent a shade of black. That absorbs ninety nine point nine five percent light they patented a unique process and material that absorbed ninety nine point nine six five percent of light still a a lot of people thought that technology was beside the point. So we're talking about ownership of no light. So how can someone own no alight. This is stuart simple artists based in Bournemouth in the UK undisturbed quite quickly. How elaborate close to use the stuff but didn't change change how I felt about this exclusive arrangement? The attached initially Stewart was really excited when I heard about phantom black. Even though he wasn't sure sure would make with it. I wasn't really thinking about how to use it. I mean I was initially just in or the stuff itself. I hadn't really ideas because by the time I had a chance to hatch. Hi Dave for a turned out in each pool had the rights to it and everything else store actually doesn't blame SERENO systems for choosing to work with Nisha Kapur. They came from the world of tech and had a completely different mindset. The object of his frustration was a niche Kapoor Stewart thinks morally as an artist. I should've known better than to try to keep Vantaa black exclusively for himself historically and presently so much of art has been dependent on on new technology from oil paints photography video art evolves with whatever's technologically possible. So the fact that this new material tibial was purposefully. Being withheld from the rest of the artistic community ruffled a lot of feathers including stored samples just smack to complete wealth elitism and the power to dominate things. If you've got money and statute although Ben Johnson from Serena Systems is quick to point out that artists being protective of technology isn't actually a new thing. In the art world artists have been creating their own oil paint since the renaissance and they were under no obligation to share share their material with their competitors. Today people feel if something exists. They have an automatic right to it So because does we created this material. Everybody has an automatic right to it. The reality is the world has never been like that you go back to internal was creating his blacks and you go up to and say hey you created created an amazing black. I wanted you being left out of the art scene but simple a different way. Regardless of what renaissance artists did he believes that sharing a knowledge and technology can only move the arts community forward. Which is why he actually felt a little hypocritical? Store had been mixing his own paints and pigments for years. Here's to us in his own artwork and realized he was practicing what he preached sharing better than him. Because I've been making these awesome colors and just using I'm from myself I've been holding them from work. I wasn't sharing them. Stewart had a bunch of pigments that he created himself the greenest green the pink. Pink glittery aced glitter. You get the idea. And it occurred to him that he could kill two birds with one stone. He could share his colors with his artistic peers. And Poke a little fun at a niche. Kapoor's exclusive collusive licensed advancing black. So I thought well do so Shammai. Pink is pink I made with the whole world and put it on the Internet as a joke because a piece of performance are if he likes to use the Internet to spice debate and dialogue with one caveat. Everyone in the world could use this new color except an East Kapoor. I was buying on Johny scoop away from using. Why Payne Stewart but one of his colors the Pinkus pink up for sale on his website with a very specific purchasing agreement so to buy the pink is pink? You have to agree to legal terms and conditions on the website when you added to your car and they are that you're not in each kapoor you're in no way associated or affiliated to a nation. The Best of your knowledge information and belief the paint went mike its way into the hands finish caboodle. The move was part joke part performance art. He figured a few friends I would buy some and they'd have a good laugh about it but ended up selling tens of thousands of jars of the Pinkus Pink. Each one a tiny middle finger to kapoor things escalated escalated quickly from their poor comes back posts a picture of him giving the Middle Finger to the camera with his finger coated in this pink in in samples. Pink Adam Rogers Again Initiative Poor had somehow managed to get around Stewart's ironclad user agreement and posted a picture to his instagram account of his actual middle finger. It covered in the pink pink so this is like this like teenagers fighting right like they're having a fight on social media. I didn't think it was actually in each pool so I just thought it was someone having but then when I realized walls him us all my God. That's really really bad. It was bad but it was also kind of good for Stewart. He got one of the most prominent artists in the industry to publicly flip him the bird and now he had the Internet on his side the rest of the artistic community thousands of thousands of comments was like a few right back. Buddy commenters piled onto a niche Kapoor's instagram. Post telling him to Hashtag share. The Black Stewart suddenly found himself with with an army of open source art defenders behind him and he was ready to mount a full scale attack and store. Kla captured that vibe view. He thought well. Okay if that's the way it's going to be. We're going to make a better black. So we decided to beat Kapoor at his own game and create a super black paint that could rival van to block. It took years of development and multiple iterations an entire community of crowd source artist feedback to develop the formula for something when he calls black three growing in the cosmetics industry. We used what we call matter fires so he borrowed some of that technology and then we reformulated the rolling debts. Mike really open really wide so we could cram later this black pigment in that which makes this really superb line. Kuma slide valve wear black. Three doesn't trap as much light as Bantu black. But it's still pretty dark. You can imagine what it's like in the Justice League stand next to Superman not put but I have some system still bears very still very strong. Black three is like it's fine. Stewart made sure it was an acrylic paint because any painter would be able to easily work with it. It's also affordable so that artists can actually buy it and lastly you come by blank three. If you're an issue Caputo if you're associated with finish Kapoor or to the best of your knowledge information and belief is GonNa make his way into the hands finish Kapoor. Newport comport wouldn't be painting with black three anytime soon but as it turns out neither would stewart simple black for my work a half icon. Music is to black the minute you put on a painting dominates everything. After all the feuding research and development and share painstaking work that went into creating one of the world's blackest blacks Stewart doesn't use it and oddly. Enough a Niche Kapoor. The person who set this whole controversy in the first place hasn't used his blackest black very much either a few years back. He released a limited edition. Ninety eight thousand dollars Vance Black Watch but that's about it neither simple nor could poor had much use in having the darkest pigment in the world but there was one artist who actually did hello route. That's me hello I should talk to you. demote streep works at the intersection of art and science and recently she came out of nowhere with the a black pigment that rendered the entire feud between Kapoor and simple pretty much meaningless. And the best part is she didn't even mean to my artwork in this Setting really triggered a scientific discovery which is Unusual in these times. Usually artistic. Work would not trigger a scientific paper but in this case it was really came out of the arts and I thought this was really cool in two thousand nineteen streep released a work called the redemption of Vanity Hannity in which she coded a two million dollar diamond in a new nanotubes material developed with. MIT's next lab critique of material value because diamonds value is visually speaking reduced to nothing. Diamond and carbon nanotubes are tool forms of carbon atoms in a different order. That means means that you have the most brightest material and the most blackest material basically generated from the same element this new carbon nanotubes material material created for streep actually unseeded vanda block as the new blackest material in the world it traps astronomical ninety nine point nine nine. I percents of light as compared to van blocks ninety nine point nine six percent which is ironic because the only reason she developed a blacker black than a niche Kapoor's is because of a niche poor. Had it not been for the exclusive license with core. MIT and streams. New Record breaking material might not exist by choosing not to work with other artists certain. Anna Systems unintentionally inspired arrival super black material that beat their record but streep says she wasn't wasn't trying to one up Surrey non-existence or make a statement to each poor everything. She was just trying to move past the bickering and create art. I alike ought to be free and speak through his conceptual powers and aesthetics. I do not not interested in raising the more fingertip tip to honest cop or anybody else. A Niche Kapoor still has the exclusive rights to use Fanta black in his artwork. And it's unclear whether he's planning on releasing any future pieces using the material actually his most recent exhibition couldn't be any further away from black. It's a series of mirrored sculptures that are almost impossibly reflective these days Stewart. Simple has a new giant to slay. He's taken on T.. Mobile will the company has been sending cease and desist to small businesses using a similar Shay to their trademark pink so in protest. He's released a new pigment that he calls and pink. TM exact color match to team opals and it's available to anyone unless they are in any way affiliated with T.. Mobile.
"vantaa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"WMAL news it's three oh two why am Tom loading a bus accident last night resulted in twelve people being rushed to area hospitals all of the injuries were not life threatening this all happened when a car slammed into a bosses sparrows point fire units responded to the seventeen hundred block of sparrows point Boulevard that's all the details W. I. mail has at the moment a cold case file has been re opened a prosecutor with success fourteen years after a twenty year old man was found stabbed in a vehicle near laurel city hall the stabber and killer is now in prison Michel Duval was sentenced to thirty years for stabbing Brian mosis prior was found semi conscious in a car on west street in September of twenty oh five he'd been stabbed a bunch of times Brian later died in the hospital the case went cold for years but was re opened a twenty sixteen after a key witness came forward prosecutors cited trial the devol killed Moses because Moses seldom fake drugs the more than two hundred thousand Christmas trees put on headstones at Arlington National Cemetery have now been removed volunteers with the Reeves out operations but more than two hours doing good deeds and so now what happens to those pretty reefs across America organization handles that the recycling those repair work with a company called Vantaa that's major Jeremy Kelly the guy in charge of the operation those res now will be recycled and used his energy major Tilley says big football game tonight I think it say NFL playoff action Baltimore Ravens rough and ready taken on the Tennessee Titans game starts at exactly quarter after eight WMAL news time three oh four I am calmly and now here's your W. I. mail traffic and weather from the head you carpet cleaning traffic center in Virginia sixty six east bound still has an accident along your right shoulder causing pretty heavy congestion you'll be more something over the lease building from one twenty three if you're passing that the strain coming into the capital but when thing Virginia I ninety five will slow you down north found with the often on congestion from Laurie passed Fairfax county parkway southbound also list logo with off and on the late spring phone interchange that continue from learn in it too would bridge in I. five sluggish southbound I'll stop very little congestion from eastern Avenue as you're passing he's got a straight crushing Pennsylvania Avenue Aaron Galbraith enough arise the repeat icon that have you on the weather channel forecast tonight windy with rain after midnight a low of sixty tomorrow morning clouds giving way to afternoon sun a.
"vantaa" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"About winners and losers. You're the best hearing platform may not be the best investment. But I think it's a real good place to start Jason in New York Jason, Jim Jason from plain view, New York, claim your New York. Okay. I know that count. Well, what's up? Awesome town. I'm a long-time listener and a first time caller. I like that wanted. I wanted to add a stock to my portfolio that I believe is a good hedge against the train a trade war, and Taras. Okay. What are your thoughts on adding SE to my portfolio? I had I gave a corporate governance conference yesterday. And I got to speak with Josh who am I know, Josh's Brooklyn's very small part of, it's not it's too many people when it's more smaller right tantamount block. I think gets these absolutely terrific. I think you're getting into really good price. Most sixty two by even more. Why don't we go to Kyle in New Jersey? Kyle. Hey Jim, how's it going? Real good. I thought this might be no. The Carl fine. How about you amazing here, eatable Friday quick questions about nap chat with all this S regulatory drama going on with Facebook, and Google. Where do you think nap chat waving all this, and also up one hundred forty percent year to date? I think it's moved too much. I it's moved too much social media. I'm still gonna go at black a chapel. Facebook, I still believe in Instagram. Is an outfit today, that rang the bell really, really positive and Instagram. I look a hey. I don't like what's happening, and is what they did with privacy, but the advertisers still love it. That's the one to be this streaming space is getting crowded to put it mildly. And while it's unclear which companies will be the best investments. I think Disney Netflix mortar me there my fan favorites. But for me buddy had global race for sustainable energy. cO Vantaa is a woman leader in converting waste into power but can stock help deter trash.
"vantaa" Discussed on KTRH
"Under the microscope some more because of the histrionic media bringing forward this off. Crisis when it's really an overdose crisis. There's it's an overdose crisis. People who take their prescribed medications waited supposed is one percent chance that they're going to be addicted temper said that they had problems with alcohol drugs before and most of the time these overdoses we hear about are either because of licit drug use or accidental overdoses from cocktails that are given by doctors in the first place where patients don't realize that taking many pills that are considered to be depressants will stop their breathing. This has happened many times where people who've for days have gone to bed taking an oxycodone something like charissa pro-dole Soma muscle relaxer and anada van which of course, is another type of depressive, and they ended up dying because they stop breathing in the middle of the night. Go to Sarah in Oregon. Hi, Sarah, young ground zero. Listen to this. I've been wondering have you discussed yet? The crime rate goes up when something becomes scarcer on the street. Yes. I haven't talked about it. But I was going to get to a. Yeah, it's true. I mean, we'll be seeing a lot of people will we having a higher crime rate with regard to heroin use illicit use selling a prescription medications, those types of things, and that, of course, will bring up the incarceration rate and the war on drugs will continue and it'll become a massive failure. Because prohibition never works. Exactly. I don't have to tell you. Now. We'll go ahead and tell me again because I think it's good that we have listeners that understand that. Yes. Well, if you if you can't get a hold of something, and you're addicted to it. You'll try anything to get it. And the more that more people. Engage something to hire the street value gets and the more crimes are committed around it. There's burglary to get it from users. There's the people who wait around pharmacies and hold up people who are coming out. And we know that happened because there was I remember a particular news story about it. And it was just indicative of a whole lot of other instances that this has happened and the mainstream media locked onto it. And then they went off to something else. If they always do, but it continues to happen people who people who are given prescribed by the drugs. They're targeted people into sell their stuff. So they can they can do other things with it. Because people don't take it. Sometimes. Yes, they do. So they take 'em. They sell the rest. That's why pain management contract often includes a pill count, and they wanna sign that you are taking it. So they look in your body. But they also count the pills to see if you have an amount less that matches up to the time since your last fill. Exactly, they don't want you to sell it. And those are just those against the petty crimes that are going to go up. We're gonna get we're getting at murders. I mean, think of all the things that happened around cocaine which was insanely expect in excuse me insanely expensive to get. It was a huge huge cocaine thing as I think is when it peak. And you know, it was a club drug, and it was insanely expensive of people got ahold of it and people go to it and people died at all levels of the crime hair hierarchy. Well, it's like I've been saying, you know, you when you talk about this opioid epidemic or they call an opioid crisis. It doesn't explain exactly what it is. It doesn't explain that. Yes. There elicit drugs to kill people there. There's heroin kills people. There's a flood of heroin killing people are spending all being laced in the heroin. Now, they're killing people, but people who are taking prescription medications are not the problem. And they haven't been the problem, and I'm figure that realize that they're not the problem. Then maybe there'd be a little bit more kinder and little bit more gentler with regards to directing people on how to behave while using these medications what not to take what not to combine them with and understand. There are things that if you do create the combination the the drug reaction may be fatal. Why don't understand? Okay. Back in August. I've developed a condition called us oriented arthritis, which isn't form of arthritis that is related to the skin condition of psoriasis both of the are auto immune disorders. And so I'm supposed to go on and on a medication that affects my auto immune system to make it stop me up, basically. But I was given a thirty day supply as in thirty pills. Of Kodo to to get me by until they put the they put the medicine in me, which is not an opiate is something completely different. And. No, no, no, no, no. It's called Humira. You probably heard a bit on the TV or you had some, you know, suppressant. Yes. Yes. It is. And they say well once you get this won't hurt you anymore. I mean, it won't hurt you as much and you won't you won't need you won't need a lot of painkillers you won't need it take I've appropriate or any of that stuff. You'll still you'll still feel pain, but it should stop the actual victims from happening, which is better than just masking the pain. And I said sure, okay. Let's go on it. Yes. Well. There have been there long story as to why. But I'm still not on it, actually, I just received my first male. So yeah. But it's been about four months, and I had that bottle of pills, and I still have about having some left. And they're like, oh, yeah. We'll we'll give her these thirty days appeal and she'll take him right away. And no, no didn't take him right away. Still got him. Liam sometimes what Humira does is basically a block of cytokine reaction is what it does. That's why your immune system is is actually they have to study you because what it does it blocks something called TANF, which is a cytokine. I had a feeling it was some sort of a cytokine reaction. And so I I did a little checking. Yeah. It's a site. Oh, kind blocker blocks TANF, which is a site of kind. You've recital storms where the body basically, overreacting certain paint certain stimulus. Yes. I'm aware of is an inflammation is what is it? It's state statistics show like that. I'll did show about cytokine reactions inflammation biggest problem with pain right now more so than I think a lot of people would benefit from reducing their inflammation nation. Yes. About that. The reason I said it was a long story back. Make it short the reason that I was unable to unable to manage to pay me other ways because I was in Nemec now I had been taking a lot of. States with nice Don steroidal anti inflammatory drug, which includes aspirin. Ibuprofen. Strongest stuff I've been taking it. To handle the pain, and I was anemic, and they think that I've been ripping up my stomach lining with whether I have remains to be seen. But they told me no more anti inflammatories. And so you can imagine how I've been going here know anti inflammatories. Very limited amount of opiates. They gave me Tylenol g rate for the liver. No, I I, you know, now that I have gone through what I've gone through I long for the days of in Vantaa inflammatories. Because I know a lot of what goes on with my Pena's anti-inflammatory, I need an anti anti-inflammatory. But I can't take them because I'm on some other drug that keeps me from taking them because of complications. I have from my cancer surgeries. So you run into a lot of exceptions to the rule. I just happened to have a lot of them. And you know, what they're gonna do. With exceptions to the rule is gonna drag their feet on investigating them to see if they fit into the new the new the new guidelines, and that's what I'm afraid of. Yes. Go ahead. Because when they. When when when exception start coming up, first of all, they figure people are just making this stuff up, and after they realized the real problem they have to do trials to figure out if it's significant enough of a problem to change the way they have decided to handle the opiates, right? And it's gonna take a long time. It's going to be a mess in. Meanwhile, people are going to be losing their losing their insurance because noncompliance it does happen. And and they're going to be other things are going to be what about the people without insurance? Yeah. Well, that's a whole different ballpark. Yeah. I know this is because of the history on media, in my opinion, this is because they do not separate the the elicit drug use in heroin use from those who are responsible people who take pain medication for pain, and they use it and they're dependent on it because they need it in order to get through their day. That's not addiction. It's dependent Sarah. Thank you for the call triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred SCO quickly too. Gary in Louisiana. Hi, Gary, you're on ground zero. Listen to your show all the time. I love what you have to say. Tonight on this is hitting home. I'm seventy years old. I was in a terrible car crash. I went from the backseat of a car and a head on collision and went out windshield on the concrete now that was thirty years ago. And then I I ahead. Sorry, five forty five years of heavy way. Too much heavy lifting manual labor type jobs, and I ended up my body is broken. And all you have to do is see me walk in a room. And I have had three cancer surgeries to my neck and head head to spinal cord surgeries because my wreck and a couple of other surgery just in the last three and a half years. And I'm I'm a legitimate paying patient. I go to a legitimate, by the way, I will say that I'm not gonna cut my doctor down because this guy is a miracle. Workers fours, I'm concerned. Right. He is he is prescribing me the correct amount of opioid painkillers, which I need if I do not have these I will die. It's that simple. And I cannot believe even personal friends of mine through the years that have walked away from me. Practically accusing me of just you know, you're just a drug addict. It's unbelievable in. I'm you know, I'm I'm. This is a moral. Not only is this a situation where they're developing a crisis of opioid saying the opioid crisis. They're also creating a moral crisis. Meaning that you see people who are using drugs. You see them is immoral. It's creating an other. It's creating another group that you can say, well, it's a moral failing..
"vantaa" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"Be spoke post theme boxes for guys that give a dam Colin cowherd. Some football reaction here in a minute. But Bill Simmons in studio. Yeah. We just finished. I just kept my headphones on how are you coward? Goal is bringing your ring people on you've got the NFL guy. Kevin clark. Kevin clark. Yeah. Great. You still haven't changed your set though, you still have the willy Wonka set where you're like three times bigger than the guess. I changed that you should. Yeah. I got tears instead of a couch and lowered my will I didn't talk shit people. You physically do we actually have to watch the show. You know, we're on the move. I listened to it. I do not watch it. Would you know? I mean is this going to get contentious here? I thought this was going to be like a fun three-way thing. And now we're talking about set design. I didn't really see fixed set. I was I wouldn't come on his show because I didn't like how he. With the desk, come on. I'm like, I'm not coming on. I don't I don't wanna look up at you. Like, you're judge. I listen to all time. I listen to it today. He's talking to enrich. Good late in Vantaa. So what else is up man, he built Gun Talk this to I'm staying for like two minutes. He's not a huge college football guy. Okay. Interesting idea guy. I like the idea guy. What guys when did you feel like the Rogers situation got to the point where it had to be a hot take one way or the other because I went on my podcast on today on this first six years. Yeah. Everybody now is like, you know, rockers difficult. I had a coach tell me in five the Packers five years ago. He's Jake collar except he comply. On this thing for six years. It's like difficult when you're border call Hugh out when your dad called if your brother and dad were calling you out Bill I'd like Bill difficult. So your team Jordan on the fire relief thing. Your team Jordan on the fire fire. I don't like it. But the drip, I point the damn break. We got like nine guys. Now have liked that Michael Finley Greg Jennings the brothers after a while. It's like I mean, we all have sources after a while. We got we got a team here is really difficult. Some of the issues in Green Bay are Aaron issue. Then is a good point when when the people leave, and they have nothing to lose. And if it's somebody who's a good guy or great would the low is keep talking great about them afterwards. Right. Even with Jordan who sends like he was the worst. He made of all time, but all those guys like respected, and they might say after it's hard to play with their almost afraid to criticize even play them anymore, and they're afraid Rogers. It is weird. How many people lob grenades after Bill by the way when I worked with any Ma I asked him off the air Comey about Brady he's like bath team-mate ever. Yeah. And that's when they froze him out on that last game at Miami. He's like best game. They've ever had. Like, really struggle ran. It can be difficult. Nobody had now sprayed. I mean, you can't find whole they're all like, oh, he's the best guy at some point. If you know, we all have sources at some point of seven people say the same thing, I believe that's the thing. My thing was Rogers is just. It's three things. One is the record about him in close games is completely misleading. Because if you go through them all there's so many times where he brought the team back went ahead or tied it and then the defense blew the game. And then that's on his resume. If you can't close close games it. That's that's a real thing. But I will agree with Colin in that. I have guys that have played with them that you know. I just would see the talented the I think he's the best throw of football. I've ever seen in my entire life. And then when guys are like really like playing with them, and it's not just one it's too. It's three dudes, and you just go. Wow. Like, maybe this is a thing. And maybe that becomes as important as how you throw the football because everybody has to look at you that way. But I don't think that teams in a very good job with him..
"vantaa" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"To hear from you. Let's continue with more calls and Ramsey is up next in Georgia Ramsey. Thank you. Good afternoon. What's paul? How are you doing great? Thank you. Hey, man. I've been listening to two thousand six well, they don't call in much only of only called it. A few times had a couple of a couple of questions. I live in Vantaa. Now been was born and raised in Alabama my whole entire launch. Iheart ella. Bama fan. Got to go back to Alabama games. First time since two thousand nine with him game. And my question for you is the first question is Jim unhurt. Could not believe the response. He got from Brandon when he came on the field against AM. I've never seen anybody captivate crowd. Like he does. I mean off the bench just this amount of respect Alabama fan. Half of this guy is unbelievable. And what he did for our program not transferring out like so many kids do Blake Barness throw him under the bus. He got his little feelings hurt left. Jalen is a man. And I'm just wondering have you ever seen anything like that? A God get his job hook. I mean, twenty six and two in any sport somebody so great job took from stay stay, the course and be a team players, especially so young. Have you can you remember anybody? It was remarkable. I think it's a great example. And I don't know where what he will do next year. I soon he'll leave and go somewhere else, but he certainly made his contribution. I hope he gets better in in Mexico. Bution the rest of the way. Thank you for the call. Thank you very much. Mad is next up in Georgia Hella, Matt. People. What's up? I've been a long time listener, and I'm never been in. Alabama playing old never been Alabama fan and here every caller calling your show and is the trophy already guy. Universal them in grape. Or they still have to play. They have to play play Paul play two games Auburn. No the point. They're they're three big games, Georgia the sitted deal and Auburn what about that start one Mississippi State. What about the style? That's very interesting stat one because I had a lot more respect for Alabama before they played with LSU. I wasn't is impressed everybody else. I think I'll Amazon number one team in the nation, but they score twenty nine points. It keeps the twenty six rang deep in the nation. The Georgia BULLDOGS with a lot of mistakes scored thirty four points against the number ten team defense in the nation. I know we're just all. Ready? I know I know we're ready to give it up. Go ahead, Alabama. I mean, I don't even know why we should play this to see championship. Listen your show, then don't show up then. Well, I've got tickets to the university of Georgia. But I thought about calling Greg mcgarity and ask him if I just need even show up because according to the ele- bam network. We have no reason being there. We don't even need to play. Yo y'all. By the way, is not just it's pretty much everyone in in America. The college. If you listen to coach football on. No. That is incorrect. I'm That. that. I appreciate the educational. What's being said about Alabama? But I don't think anybody. Well, I'll ask him Sunday when I'm with him Sunday morning. Okay. Paul. Because nobody else there. Bama ought to give you a PHD in promoting their football program. Y'all be. I mean, I don't know if they can give the Gersh Alabama they should be allowed to but you don't Paul far. But I really don't university of, you know, your your act is getting pretty thin. You know that Paul? We got whis is called the SEC network. It's not called the Alabama network. You have you know, I know. You know, that jealousy and pettiness. Polish. Not that I had. Do you wanna talk to me or you want to scream? My getting old, man. Bad football. I asked you a question. Do you wanna talk to me or do you want to scream we'll talk. Okay. I've got one thing to say to you. You're full of.
"vantaa" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"But. Call the right the. Your job press. You're supposed to stop people who Mark a c. for colored on vacations. Families that want to rent one of your apartments. That's your job is media Egan down when he wanted those are fibers genie executed. And the way he's treated women is an airline all the list. How do you ever even though havington's Illovo. Bill green lesson. From nineteen eighty nineteen eighty nine course on. Is actually razor, especially he. She said he ranked her. She said he reigns wanted a little in her book. Yeah, and he's done being bullied into walking back a little. She said he leaves her was emotionally raped her nose to honor. But I'm curious the one thing that you didn't delve into in the movie which I think would have been almost impossible. You said because it's only he's the Russian valium twenty sixteen election. He won technically by seventy thousand or so votes seventy seven thousand seven hundred and seventy four. Exactly what implants slid over three six and I went to Catholic and we know every body in the intelligence community has said that there's probably more than likely hockey and the thing is not to make something blamed by Leopold. It's to just push the numbers enough that they slide on. And I'm curious those ever on your bulletin board like he is. Of things he wants to pursue a little ranging from his billion brush him off. His is a debts that were, you know, relieved allegedly by the Russians to Russian Eileen Nealon Joe because. You mentioned at the beginning. Beautiful now on all that, but that's really just an for satirical purposes because we'll points one Ori. No, it well document. Now we've it's been in the news again, Rachel and the other shows have been great job putting that out there and and it hasn't mattered. All people have risen up. Seriously. If I were president in it was over, then you know him from North Korea will doing all this hacking work for me. Bird them racism. I'd probably be strong. That this coarsening question. So long house today is away. Away, and I think he is because he doesn't play that never looks like he's our all Jenny or feels. In. So so Moore. He's probably by law from indicting Trump's trouble. Over the house and Senate which ring are controlled by Republicans are going to do anything on it. And that'll be the end of that all done Robert Muller and peach and all that is on less unless everybody has her size has been one or two weekends over going to Elko. Then or Reno or flags down Vantaa call center know taking all to be a part of the. As you you. Everyone here lives within a half hour drive swing district you, but you also have you as we are most like, we're we're the best chance of getting them at London. Importer California. So there's forty million of you. We only need to go on it and. During the month of October and the first weekend of knock on doors and be involved in social, really upset about from room was impossibly gave him impeach. You have to make a commitment right now to give up a weekend and go do this work. Most people won't do that. They lives. A lot of people were very long hours jobs. Kids soccer is. So, you know, I tried to approach for myself all. All. You and wanna do. Approach this as if I were the French resistance. How I'm I think we have to structure mindset of the taser twenty miles outside of Los Angeles. And you know, it's if we need to act, we act immediately. You're all the pressure systems and the history walk practice. You know, you get, you know, you can't say to go Nazi bridge, but you know. You know, I love to go. They will, you know, blah, Edger convoy that's coming in. We have couples therapy, twos. Sorry, but. Six weeks just along wherever you're in a relationship with. Admit them of right now the his walk to practice, you get along with your partner and we will go to the in Arizona or anywhere that searchable valley. Yes, you do. Belly. This year's is beautiful. Verse commercial district as a wonderful one running Audrey. The worst Republican in congress that represents everything from that said, she goes to the the. Of counties that ought to do Oregon border. We go serve you with. We go up then. You know how wide and. The American river there a Russian ever. Everybody's gonna win..
"vantaa" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts
"But I do think I'm gonna start using physical, you know, go run of non street squat. Adding start doing that. Okay. Okay. So we have gone off on a tangent again, which is totally not like the woman evolved podcast, but that's not that ain't no problem. That ain't no problem. That's what we here for. We hear the half one. Okay. Can we move onto the next rescue though? I'm ready this next rescue. I don't know. I think he's all right now. Let me tell you. I know because I have so much integrity and so much team spirit. The John wanna agree with most of the time we keep it pretty female Centric when we have our rescue stories, but every now and then Amanda something that eases his way into the conversation. And this time that men was vaunted Davis. Now, I know some of you aren't that familiar with football. Von Davis plays for the Buffalo Bills and they were playing on Sunday and they were losing. It was a mighty AOL taking place. The score was twenty eight to six and Vantaa David who has been in the league for about ten years, I think got to have time in decided to retire when they were down twenty two points. He retired. Right there in the middle of the game. Of course, football fans are shocked in apart. It's something like this could ever happen. What happened? The team spirit, they say, played until the end, they say, but vaunting said, I'm done and where is the exit. Now I want to start by saying this. At understand all of that raw raw team spirits to, but I would just like to submit for your consideration that voluntary was in the middle of playing a game. He was twenty two points down. Have y'all seen football? Okay. Real quick. I was going to a workout plan in the workout plan was to run a hundred yards ten times in the morning and into repeat that in the evening chat. I must let that this young keep mon- money. That's a donation cause I ain't gonna never be running a hundred yards ten times in the morning and in the night. Okay. But vantera does this all the time and was looking at the score and vont was looking at his knees and voluntary was filling his bag and voluntary was filling his shoulders and he was looking at how much work it was gonna take to even come out from that hall. And he said, I'm done and listen. I know you are want people to stay into the end and y'all want them to get their life together and all of that stuff. And, and I think that there is a lot of. Merit to that, but I don't think that we can drag him for light being like, I'm tired shoot. Now now, first of all act like y'all, I never just quit in the middle of something because you've been bit off more than you could chew. Now, I've been in a situation where I bit off more than I could chew, and I thought I was going to be able to do it until I realized I couldn't do it. And when I realized I couldn't do it, I had to stop in the middle of doing it because I can't do it..
"vantaa" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
"Things that he's now being celebrated for which i think are really valuable and he deserves to be celebrated but when you look at it in context other than meat it's only become so much more clear you know like sexual pleasure right that is not something that people are encouraged to pursue without any kind of ethical limitations right in fact we all agree the ethical limitations should be pretty severe if we look at dishonesty something that we've been talking about a lot over the last two years it can often really facilitate life to lie but nobody would say okay so that's a reason to lie at any occasion so if we could bring the conversation about meet just into the mainstream of our way of thinking about other ethical issues that yeah there's something we want here yes it's good but come on we're like earthlings were human beings were citizens of country in a planet and we can't have whatever we want whenever we want it it's odd that we've exempted this one subject from that mode that we that normally like dictates these conversations so in the case of vantaa borden who's on our minds very much these days where did you reach in your conversation with him given that he's someone who made a living sticking meet his mouth well we reached an agreement within i don't know to exchanges and then spent the rest of the conversation talking about why we need to move away from factory farming so you know he is somebody who would say did say you know vegetarians i mean he he had like great zingers about you know you say veterans are like hamas basically not homeless but hamas and but if if pushed you'd say well you know what do you think of the factory pharmacy will add stats the real enemy okay so you think we should eat meat but we shouldn't eat factory for me yes that was his attitude he was very forthright about that and by the way it's the attitude that most like public chefs and public foodies have so then we're talking about only eating meat the comes from small family farms we're talking about not eating meat eat that sold in supermarkets were time at not eating meat that sold him most restaurants we normally think that there's one hundred percent disagreement between somebody like anti more dane and somebody like ingrid newkirk who runs pita in fact there's a one percent disagreement you know ninety nine percent of food we eat a meat week comes from factory farms and here were named things we should not eat that ninety nine percent but should eat the remaining one percent ingrid newkirk thinks we should need a hundred percent of it so one percent is agreement and if we can like anyways to bring the conversation back to the fact that it's a one percent sagredo and to highlight this bra these broadly shared values i think is really powerful the film helps us understand that one percent of farmers who raise animals outside the factory system kansas farmer frank reese specializes in heritage chickens and turkeys when i was a kid there was a true love of the aesthetics we go and i would visit the farmers that i knew when you look out over the field and you see a flock of our docs or you would see a flock of bourbon turkeys they've truly love the beauty of what they saw what they redo that is gone today in farming there's no way you can love an animal that has been genetically engineered to die in six weeks christopher describes what he learned from frank reese i think once you get to his farm and actually spend some days they're i don't know about you jonathan but i i was all of a sudden challenged about what i thought how animals could be raised that interaction and franks animals as you see in the film at one moment are literally he's leading thousands of turkeys they're following him and their relationship was is very complex in their people.
"vantaa" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"The best we can hope for is an agreement to keep on talking we're in a much better place than we were say six months ago with the north koreans they're not firing off missiles are conducting underground nuclear tests shooting so we're we're better and it's the only viable option the only way it had here is negotiation that's that is talking so point one would be i think we need to lower expectations i think there's great value in meeting a green again gripping grinning i agreed with president trump for a change on the letter he sent to give me a million would you listen to the conciliatory response very unconventional thing to do but this is an unconventional situation what i wish we could do is if we disagreed on nothing more to things i i'd like to see come out of this one why don't we normalize or regular lies the mechanism for regular communication and by that i need in establishing what are called interests sections and jillian and washington that is diplomatic representation grooming a diplomatic grubs invasion well below that of an embassy just as we did in vantaa cuba both both republicans and democratic administrations did this to deal with the government and cuba that we didn't recognize and so is it here this is not a reward to the north koreans for bad behavior rather there are pragmatic practical reason why this is a.
"vantaa" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Gerski finishes his warmup tosses communicate something to his infielders this is not a situation with a three hundred verdoux go at the plate but vantaa double steal or a hit to the outfield he wants to make sure he has the correct coverage the double switch puts shane opitz at second base and opitz will bat i in the pitcher's spot in the home half of the seventh inning whenever that occurs noriega out in the pitcher spot is now batting eighth lefty lefty matchup as the left handed hitting alex virgo takes an off speed pitch outside from gerski ball one at second jake peter the tying run at first donovan solano the go ahead run last night's game was a four three final it's the score right now one zero to virginia go another off speed pitch this one hits the outside corner virgo turns away from the called strike that he didn't like one and one in the ondeck circle the cleanup hitter henry rama's for google to for two with a pair of singles and a what he's reached all three times tonight gerski fastball at ninety singers the outside corner wanted to game plan seems to be to pitch a way to go to off speed pitches a fastball all of which have been on the outer half gerski ahead one two from the stretch the delivery off speed pitch mrs outside and it's taken two and two nothing inside yet to verduga who was batting two ninety four on the year four home runs fifteen runs batted in.
"vantaa" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Your current my poor judgment your lack of vantaa will your sense of humor although not good the reward yourself and that's a clip from darkest hour i'm delighted to say the gary oldman is back on the show gary hello how are you sir i'm very well thank you nice to have you back it's me to robocop i think it was the last time you are on the show and then tinker taylor in what do you make of the buzz around this film amine the reviews or extraordinary the reviews fuel performance are astonishing is your head buzzing d a is there skip in your step is this just the way it is at how was it fainting few what it's nice when the work is received well i've got to say over the years you know they've been lows an highs i've been inactive forty years thirty years of it probably in the movies and to dip in some good time since and not so good at so waste nice winless saying nice things about you rosine means things about you eights unclothe the wealth nick the response thus far certainly in the united states has been as you say i dunno we got a thousand reviews and and out of that may be four one ford or not so good so we're doing with with on a good wicket here what did you think when joe right us you to to play winston churchill you're more your reaction was well i'm there was a different film that came through in 2014 the fit wasn't right.
"vantaa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Of a threat goes he makes used in to get out of the west to get to the nba finals while i think it's all about health i mean if chris can stay healthy uh i like how you their new pieces um with tucker and moute gay uh you know eric gordon really gave them a big big boost with uh with chris paul out of the lineup you know he kind of moving from off the bench you get them into the into the starting uh into the starting lineup i thought you know besides with james was able to do there um the pieces fit you know that that's the thing it's you see the the the struggled in oklahoma city right now than in the other names sheldon in the offseason the the all star names but sometimes when you when you get going here you know it's all about chemistry in a in a these pieces stay in darrell and his group down more gm as done a good job kind of identifying roleplayers that kind of fit in with this group what has been oklahoma city problem while they struggle so much oh it's a little bit of everything you know it's the inability of we will which well documented the coast some of these games it's you know uh either russell trying to take over the game uh you saw that detroit game um last week you know four or five threepointers in a row you're down two or three points it's kinda like a who's going to take a shot at the end of the games you know the one thing that's that's kirk them also is their bench i mean you look at the vantaa and that's the hard part when you know when you're when you're in four all stars carmelo and paul george your you are usually decimating your you're roster a little bit and with uh what's the bonus old depot kanter mcdermott's that's four you take off now yeah two and then who else is gonna kinda um you know fill in holes there they haven't got anything patrick patterson layman's fell in uh the cory johnson terrence ferguson now sabrina kyle singler that that's what you're that's kind of what your benches jeremy grand that's what you're benches looking at right there so.
"vantaa" Discussed on Super Station 101
"That but is that still no we don't know another one was the fbi director memo at the time said russia has evidence claiming president johnson was behind the assassination yeah that that's been mounted it was fbi director j edgar hoover mmm to the white house three years after the assassination contained fbi information on the soviet union's response to this one passage of the memo notes that johnson was considered virtually unknown to the soviet leaders in that their intelligence agencies suspected his involvement in the assassination it's as our sources added that now the kgb was in possession of data reporting to indicate president johnson was responsible for the assassination of the late president kennedy the intelligence some kgb those though that that's not even imo once again the entandweni entrust them enough the intelligent some of which was gathered by a source who was inside russia when kennedy was assassinated details how communist party leaders believed the killing was part of an ultra right conspiracy to effect a coup soviet officials also claimed they did not have connection with oswald right you had cia interceptions in intercepting calls from oswald to the rushing kgb yuan oswal meaning rushing kgb agent in the department responsible for the assassinations you had confidential informant saying that lyndon b johnson was in the kkk yeah so i think a lot of this stuff has been known he's like the one with the the you know the british the british did that there was a british they've got a phone call twenty minutes for this asked right they get ready to go the news media a big breaking news you had the suspected cuban intel agent said he knew oswald in that goes back to the castro stuff yep cia plotted to kill castro british news paper tipping off twenty five minutes before the assassination and several other things that came out in those files in i mean we could sit there and in oslo mayors anything new nothin' rock checking a lot of vantaa had already been.